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1 Grade 4 Math Unit 6: GEOMETRY Standards Report Student Name: Standards MGSE4.G.1: Draw points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, acute, obtuse), and perpendicular and parallel lines. Identify these in twodimensional figures. MGSE4.: Classify twodimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines, or the presence or absence of angles of a specified size. Recognize right triangles as a category, and identify right triangles. Date: Item Number 1A 1B Point Values /3 /1 2 /2 1C 3A 3B /2 /1 /1 4 /1 MGSE4.: Recognize a line of symmetry for a twodimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify linesymmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry. Scoring 5 /3 6A /1 6B /2 7 /2 8 /2 9 /1 10 /1 11 /1 12A /2 12B /1 13A /1 13B /1 /29 Comments:
2 Name: Date: G.1 and Mathematics Grade 4 Unit 6 Pre Assessment: Geometry 1. Use the diagram below to answer the questions on this page. Part A: Naming Angles Name 2 acute angles: Name 2 right angles: Name 2 obtuse angles: Part B: Choose any two lines from the diagram and name them. Line 1: Line 2: Part C: Tell whether the two lines you chose in Part B are parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting. Explain how you know.
3 G.1 2. Label each angle in the trapezoid as obtuse, right, or acute. 3. Part A: Circle the right triangle below. Part B: Explain how you know it is a right triangle. 4. Which of the letters below each have both parallel and perpendicular lines? H L W E A. L and W B. H and L C. W and E D. H and E
4 5. Use the Venn diagram to classify the following shapes: Parallel lines Both Perpendicular lines
5 6. David and Tanya are trying to classify the shape below. David says it is a square. Tanya insists that it is a rectangle. Part A: Who is correct? A. Tanya is correct, but David is not. B. David is correct, but Tanya is not. C. Both are correct. D. Neither is correct. Part B: Justify your answer using the characteristics of squares and rectangles. 7. Janis drew the following quadrilateral: Identify which quadrilateral she drew. Justify your decision using the characteristics of the quadrilateral.
6 8. Martin was working on an art piece. He wanted to use only rectangles. Circle the quadrilaterals that he could use. 9. Roy s teacher asked him to draw all the lines of symmetry on the square below. How many lines of symmetry should Roy draw? A. 1 line of symmetry B. 2 lines of symmetry C. 4 lines of symmetry D. 8 lines of symmetry
7 10. Look at the figure below. Complete the figure so that it has 1 line of symmetry. 11. Circle the drawing below that has at least one line of symmetry.
8 12. Part A: Draw all lines of symmetry in the triangles below. Part B: Explain why one triangle has more lines of symmetry than the other. 13. Part A: Which of these two figures has more lines of symmetry? Part B: Explain how you know.
9 Mathematics Grade 4 Unit 6 Pre/Post Assessment ANSWER KEY 1. Part A: Answers will vary. ½ pt. each Part B: Answers will vary. ½ pt. each Part C: Answers will vary. (Note: if students label perpendicular lines as intersecting it is correct) (Note: line MV and line OW can be labeled as intersecting) Part A: 3 pts. Part B: 1 pt. Part C: 2 pts acute and 2 obtuse angles labeled correctly 2 pts. 3. Part A: first triangle Part B: It has one 90 angle Part A: 1 pt. Part B: 1 pt. 4. D 1 pt. 5. Parallel only: parallelogram, trapezoid Both: rectangle, square Perpendicular only: right triangle 6. Part A: C Part B: Correctly explains characteristics of squares and rectangles 7. Parallelogram Justifications should include characteristics of parallelograms 3 pts. Part A: 1 pt. Part B: 2 pts. 2 pts. 8. Students will circle 4 shapes 2 pts. 9. C 1 pt. 10. Students will draw the other half of the shape 1 pt. 11. D 1 pt. 12. Part A: Equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry. The right triangle has 1 line of symmetry. Part B: Answers will vary 13. Circle Circles have infinite lines of symmetry Part A: 2 pts. Part B: 1 pt. Part A: 1 pt. Part B: 1 pt.
10 Name: Date: G.1 and Mathematics Grade 4 Unit 6 Post Assessment: Geometry 1. Use the diagram below to answer the questions on this page. Part A: Naming Angles Name 2 acute angles: Name 2 right angles: Name 2 obtuse angles: Part B: Choose any two lines from the diagram and name them. Line 1: Line 2: Part C: Tell whether the two lines you chose in Part B are parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting. Explain how you know.
11 G.1 2. Label each angle in the trapezoid as obtuse, right, or acute. 3. Part A: Circle the right triangle below. Part B: Explain how you know it is a right triangle. 4. Which of the letters below each have both parallel and perpendicular lines? H L W E A. L and W B. H and L C. W and E D. H and E
12 5. Use the Venn diagram to classify the following shapes: Parallel lines Both Perpendicular lines
13 6. David and Tanya are trying to classify the shape below. David says it is a square. Tanya insists that it is a rectangle. Part A: Who is correct? A. Tanya is correct, but David is not. B. David is correct, but Tanya is not. C. Both are correct. D. Neither is correct. Part B: Justify your answer using the characteristics of squares and rectangles. 7. Janis drew the following quadrilateral: Identify which quadrilateral she drew. Justify your decision using the characteristics of the quadrilateral.
14 8. Martin was working on an art piece. He wanted to use only rectangles. Circle the quadrilaterals that he could use. 9. Roy s teacher asked him to draw all the lines of symmetry on the square below. How many lines of symmetry should Roy draw? A. 1 line of symmetry B. 2 lines of symmetry C. 4 lines of symmetry D. 8 lines of symmetry
15 10. Look at the figure below. Complete the figure so that it has 1 line of symmetry. 11. Circle the drawing below that has at least one line of symmetry.
16 12. Part A: Draw all lines of symmetry in the triangles below. Part B: Explain why one triangle has more lines of symmetry than the other. 13. Part A: Which of these two figures has more lines of symmetry? Part B: Explain how you know.
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